Get Girls Excited About a Career in STEM!

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailAnnie Easley, Grace Hopper, Mary Allen Wilkes… If you’ve never heard of these women, you’ve surely heard of their accomplishments. Annie Easley “developed and implemented code” that led to the development of the battery used in the first hybrid cars.1 Grace Hopper, also known as “the mother of computing” helped to develop code called COBOL,… Continue Reading >

To Help Respond to Disrespectful Behavior in the Classroom Get to the Root of the Behavior

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailAccording to Public School Review, many public school teachers cite student attitudes, such as apathy and disrespect for teachers, as a significant problem facing schools today.1 What appears to be disrespect from students comes in many forms. As a teacher, you may see what you or others interpret as disrespectful behavior in your classroom. These… Continue Reading >

3 Ways to Incorporate Black History Month into Your Curriculum

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail“In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute.” These words, spoken by Thurgood Marshall, the first African American U.S. Supreme Court member, aptly summarize a critical reason for all Americans to recognize, embrace, and learn about Black History Month every year. As a teacher responsible for illuminating young minds… Continue Reading >